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City seeks to limit new water meters outside its limits | City News

Cave Creek city council is expected to discuss limiting new water meters outside of its limits at a meeting in November. City staff presented proposals for updating the 2017 water policy at the September 20 council meeting. The revisions are intended to help ensure the long-term sustainability of water supplies …

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A dozen warrants have been served in a case of embezzlement of the town hall | New

A spokesperson for the agency investigating allegations of embezzlement at Parker’s town hall said a total of 12 warrants had been issued in the case since the end of September. Tania Pavlak of the Yuma County Sheriff’s Office said seven of the warrants issued since September 27 were for bank …

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Letter to the editor: Walorz-Killeffer pleads in favor of the city council

BRAINTREE, MA – The following is a letter to the editor of District 1 City Council candidate Jodi Walorz-Killeffer. All opinions expressed are his. I am Jodi Walorz-Killeffer, candidate for the municipal council of the first district. It is with a SENSE OF PURPOSE and RESPONSIBILITY that I seek to …

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Ghost tours scare businesses off during COVID pandemic

Larry Widen, a guide with Ghost City Tours, recounts some of the ghost sightings that allegedly occurred in the window of the Tombstone Motel behind him. (Photo by Brock Blasdell / Cronkite News) Sparse, thematic lighting illuminates a strip of Western-themed restaurants, bars, and souvenir shops on Allen Street. (Photo …

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Our Town: Poker run supports the Marana Police Department this weekend | Brighten up

Get out there and enjoy the third edition of the Together We Ride Poker Run on October 30th. This event will run from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will support the Marana Police Department and the Southern Arizona Law Enforcement Foundation, also known as SALEF. Motorcycles, all-terrain vehicles and …

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Guadalupe COVID-19 Community Response Team Receives University and City Honors

October 26, 2021 An Arizona State University epidemiologist and her team have earned academic and municipal accolades for their work helping the city of Guadalupe respond to COVID-19. The Guadalupe COVID-19 Community Response Team, formed in June 2020, brings together faculty, staff, students and ASU community partners to reduce the …

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Charles Wesley Godwin dreams of being at home in a “temporary city”

Charles Wesley Godwin and his wife now live in his home state of West Virginia – just outside of Morgantown, in a house they first own – but when he wrote his new song “Temporary Town”, he was missing the Mountain State something fierce. “I had lived away from West …

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Walkin on Main is returning to Old Town Cottonwood this year

Saturday, November 13, 2021 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Old Town Cottonwood will be transformed as the annual Walkin ‘on Main festival returns for its 12th year. The family-friendly Veterans Day festival will include a full day of festivities, such as a wine tasting (all vets receive two additional tasting …

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🌱 Helpless in Laguna Beach + Scariest resident in town

Up and over to them, Laguna Beach! It’s Tuesday, so let’s start with everything you need to know that’s going on in town today. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Usually sunny and cool. High: 66 Low: 56. High tide is expected at 12:08 p.m. Tuesday. Sunrise …

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Indiana City Provides $ 5,000 Free Service to Grandparents to Attract Residents

Greensburg, Indiana is the latest small town to try to attract more remote workers to settle there. Covering less than 10 square miles in Decatur County, government officials are offering people $ 5,000 to live in the city, with an additional $ 2,000 in gift cards to support local businesses. …

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